There are thousands of household break-ins that are reported every year in the U.S. alone. Making sure your house isn’t a statistic involves proactively taking measures to increase the safety and security of your household and everything else surrounding it.
Installing your own home security system may save you some money right now, but when you add up the long-term costs, you may want to rethink the DIY home security system altogether.
The data from FBI still indicates insecurity in residential areas is a major issue. According to one report, every 13 seconds a home intrusion occurs. This report also indicates only 17% of US homes have security despite the large flow of information proving their worth.
A house represents most people’s largest investment. Protecting it and the items inside should be of utmost importance to all homeowners.
New homeowners face a variety of tough challenges. One of the biggest challenges is making the home and the areas around the home safer for the family.
Wily thieves carry out millions of home burglaries each year. There are many ways a burglar ends up inside these homes. Thieves know all the tricks of the trade when scouting out the most vulnerable houses to invade.
Like most homeowners, the most important things in your household probably aren’t things: they’re family, friends and pets. However, keeping precious possessions safe is also important.